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Dimapur, Nagaland

BAN strengthens ties with Tripura counterparts

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By EMN Updated: Mar 20, 2024 8:39 pm
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Officials of Business Association of Nagas and All Tripura Merchants’ Association during the meeting in Dimapur on March 19.

DIMAPUR — Officials of the Business Association of Nagas (BAN) held a meeting with the chairman of All Tripura Merchants’ Association (ATMA), Ratan Saha, and the general secretary, Sujit Roy, in its conference hall in Dimapur on March 19.

The meeting was aimed at exploring avenues for business development between Nagaland and Tripura while fostering a platform for mutual learning and collaboration.

An update from BAN stated that Nagaland and Tripura are poised for a mutually beneficial relationship with vast potential for the exchange of goods and resources. It added that both states recognise the opportunity to address each other’s needs and capitalise on untapped market opportunities.

During the meeting, ATMA shed light on the upcoming Sabroom Land Port, which is poised to become the gateway to Northeast India. The pivotal infrastructure project promised to streamline transportation across the region and bolster connectivity between northeast India and southeast Asia.

Additionally, participants underscored the significance of establishing uninterrupted rail linkages between Nagaland and Tripura to facilitate seamless trade and commerce.

Report further stated that the dialogue between BAN and ATMA marked a significant step forward in fostering economic cooperation and regional integration. Both parties looked forward to further engagements aimed at unlocking the full potential of cross-border trade and collaboration.

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By EMN Updated: Mar 20, 2024 8:39:50 pm
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